Investing Tips – Market Declines and Marijuana Stocks

Investing Tips - Market Declines and Marijuana Stocks

Canadian investors are having a pretty eventful time in the markets right now, as the legalization of marijuana is happening today as I record this episode. Also, let’s not forget the hit that the markets took last week. For a long time now we’ve seen very little volatility in the markets, and it’s been a…

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Join Me at the Canadian Personal Finance Conference 2018

Canadian Personal Finance Conference (CPFC) 2018

Are you from Toronto or the surrounding area? If so, let’s get together at this year’s Canadian Personal Finance Conference (CPFC)! I already got my tickets and hope to meet you there! As you may know, I’m a huge fan of EQ Bank, and they have provided me with a special link that will get…

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Investing Tips – Market Update and Q&A – Episode 1

Investing Tips - Market Update

This is a special episode of the show as we are adding a new series of episodes specifically for investors. The show will continue to go on just like it has, but in addition to the types of episodes that you’re used to, I’m going to publish another new episode every month which will benefit…

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Unhappy with your job? Career transitions and entrepreneurship

Wall Street Oasis - Alex Grodnik

Today’s guest is Alex Grodnik from Wall Street Oasis which easily one of the largest and best sites out there for anybody looking to have a career on Bay Street or Wall Street. They offer a ton of great resources for anybody looking to either start, or transition to a career in finance, and what’s…

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Dividend vs Growth Investing, Rising Interest Rates, Withdrawing From Your Portfolio

Dividend vs Growth Investing, Rising Interest Rates, Withdrawing From Your Portfolio

Today, we’re going to tackle the debate of whether you should focus on growth vs dividends when it comes to your investing. Dividends are of course very popular. Everybody likes having that passive cashflow show up in their accounts, but are we limiting our net worth if we focus too much on dividends, as opposed…

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Having Your Own Business – Starting and Optimizing Your Site

Having Your Own Business - Starting and Optimizing Your Site

We hadn’t had an entrepreneurship/small business episode for a while so I thought it would be great to have the CEO of CanSpace on the show to share some best practices on running your own site, and top mistakes to avoid. This episode is for you if you already have, or are considering having your…

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Maximizing Cashflow and Growth Through Dividends

Maximizing Cashflow and Growth Through Dividends

Today we’re going to talk all about dividend investing for Canadians, including shedding some light on using dividend investing as part of your investing strategy. We’ll take a look what to look for, and of course the different types of dividend investing available to Canadians. Now if you’re a long time listener of the show,…

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The #1 Place to Buy Your Investments

The number one place to buy your investments (my favourite discount brokerage)

Today I’m excited to have Edward Kholodenko on the show who is the CEO of Questrade. If you’re a long time listener of the show then you know that I actually use Questrade to buy all my investments. So, when Questrade reached out to me about interviewing their CEO I thought it would be a…

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Part 2: How to Execute an Early Retirement – Secrets of an Ex-banker

Part-How to Execute an Early Retirement

This is part 2 of the series on how to execute an early retirement, with financial planning veteran John Kalos. You can view part 1 of the series here. You can stream or download the entire episode below. For more information on this episode and series, along with all the resources and questions covered, view…

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How to Execute an Early Retirement – Secrets of an Ex-banker

How to Execute an Early Retirement - Secrets of an Ex-banker

John has been in this industry for over 25 years, and his lack of bias and general concern for the financial well-being of Canadians has made him one of the very few financial planners that I actually trust and go to whenever I want an unbiased 2nd opinion or some analysis done on my investments…

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